How the Body Works

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4 Front Pharmacy Online 'How the Body Works' focuses on the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body to provide an appropriate level of knowledge to be able to understand symptoms and associated treatments .
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This course focuses on ‘the respiratory system’ or how we breathe. The respiratory system is divided into 2 parts – the upper and lower respiratory tracts. This module forms an essential component of all courses relating to Colds and Flu and chronic breathing conditions. Key Words: Infection, Colds, Flu, COPD, Asthma, Lung,

Required Time in Course: 15 Mins

This module focuses on infections and the causes of infections. Patients with the symptoms of infection present daily at pharmacy counters. Many infections can be treated with Over The Counter (OTC) solutions or indeed will be managed with OTC products. This module is part 2 of 2 and looks at managing infections.

This module focuses on infections and the causes of infections. Patients with the symptoms of infection present daily at pharmacy counters. Many infections can be treated with Over The Counter (OTC) solutions or indeed will be managed with OTC products. This module is part 1 of 2 and looks at what causes infections.

Disorders of the 'Gut' or  Gastro Intestinal Tract commonly present in the pharmacy setting. In the majority of cases short term conditions can be managed with many over the counter preparations. The starting point is to have an understanding of the anatomy and functions of the GIT and this module will provide the basis for your learning..'

The skin is the largest organ of the human body accounting for 12 to 15% of human body weight and covers approximately 1.2 to 2 meters squared of surface area. In an adult, it is estimated to weigh approximately 4kg....